INFOSECURITY Magazine about “Dark Web too often a blind spot”

January 2, 2017, INFOSECURITY MAGAZINE publishes article about Dark Web capabilities. Read the full article (Dutch only) “Dark Web te vaak nog een blinde vlek“. Go to Infosecurity Magazine for the online version.

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KELA Dark Net Monitoring for Weapons Trading

That illegal goods and services are available on shadier sides of the Internet -commonly referred to as the Dark Net – is well known. These marketplaces – where narcotics and guns are readily available – first entered mainstream media in 2013 when U.S. authorities took down the “Silk Road” site and arrested its founder. However,…

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KELA to Provide Cyber Intelligence to the Rio Olympic Games

KELA is proud to support the Paralympic Sailing Team “In the spirit of the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympic Games, a spirit of working hard and striving for excellence, we are proud to help these athletes in reaching their goals!”  

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KELA shares unique Dark Web experience at University of Leiden

May 18, 2016, Yakir Bechler, VP Cyber Operations of KELA, was key note speaker at the University of Leiden by invitation of Dr. Johan van Wilsem, Associate Professor of Criminology. The Cybercrime division of the Dutch Association of Criminology organized this seminar dedicated to the Dark Web and its impact on traditional crime prevention and…

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KELA sets foot in Benelux with MMOX

March 16, 2016 – PRLog — Nina Gorbachevski, a former intelligence officer from the situation room of the Israeli prime ministers office and used to be the head of the military attache’s office at the Israeli embassy in Paris has been hired by the Israeli company Kela Israeli Intelligence, Israel’s leading computer forensics company. Kela,…

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